blouen, Ronbee and Veron1. Well sorry for my delaying. It's ramadan here and I have a business(cooking business) Veron1 you are absent yesterday. I'll take from your marks as blouen
Predications: Will and won't
I/You/He/She/We/They'll (=will) be here at six.
I/You/He/She/We/They won't(=will not) be here at six.
Will I/You/He/She/We/They have time to phone them?
1- We use ''will'' to say what we expect to happen. We use it when there is no particular plan or intention.
The weather will be very hot in July. (=this what I expect)
Will there be a lot of people? (=what do you expect?)
2- Notice: The difference between will and going to here:
We're going to visit the london Eye today. (= this what we intend/plan)
It'll be busy and we'll have to queue. (=this is what I expect).
3- We often use will with I think or I don't think.
Do you think france will win?
I don't think she'll be very happy when she hears about this.
4- Notice that they are no will forms of can and must. We use ''will be able to'' and ''will have to''.
We'll be able to go swimming every day.
If you go in March, you'll have to take a warm coat.